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Voter information Center KY

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky voters who plan to go to the polls for the May 19 primary election can find information at the secretary of state's website.

The secretary of state's office says its website at and the State Board of Elections' website at will help voters verify polling places, check which races are on the ballot and research candidates.

A news release from the secretary of state's office says registration information, polling place locations and driving directions are available at the Voter Information Center at . Sample ballots are available at .

An online portal for qualified military and overseas voters to request and receive absentee ballots is at . Those voters may also register to vote and update voter registration for future elections online at the same site.

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The only unbiased info source is the Congressional Record, the unreadably boring verbatim account of what Congress says and -- even occasionally -- does. Another plan is to read several sources, and draw your own conclusions. Still another one is to check in with your local League of Women Voters who usually publish an info pamphlet with all the unbiased info they can find, and they're pretty good.
Good luck in your quest -- and bless you as an enlightened voter! If only our country had more like you.

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